Huawei unveiled HarmonyOS 2.0 in its Developer Convention held in early September, saying that exams would start in 2021 to convey the brand new working system to its smartphone.
The working system, whose undertaking dates again to a number of years in the past (it was born in 2012 and the primary kernel dates again to Could 2018) however which was delivered to gentle solely final 12 months following the ban declared by the US authorities, was initially meant to good TV and wearable gadgets however it’s already able to be delivered to smartphones and at this time new info arrives on it.
These have been offered by Wang Chenglu, President of software program growth at Huawei Shopper Enterprise Group, who additionally offered the primary official dates throughout an interview for Tencent’s Deep Net column. HarmonyOS 2.0 will likely be launched in beta beginning within the month of December 2020, though solely builders will likely be concerned within the preliminary exams.
Within the month of February 2021 as a substitute the primary will likely be launched public beta, which is able to enable Huawei to grasp the diploma of maturity of its software program in the true world, with customers who will likely be requested to check purposes and options earlier than a attainable launch of the steady model. Huawei has not offered, for the time being, an inventory of the gadgets that will likely be concerned however it’s seemingly that they are going to be , a minimum of within the first part of the texts, the newest flagships of the P and Mate strains.
In the meantime, Zhi Hao, president of the IoT sector of Huawei Shopper Enterprise Group, has confirmed that the primary gadgets to obtain HarmonyOS 2.Zero would be the Huawei good TVs, on which the working system of the Chinese language big had debuted final 12 months. A brand new collection of televisions will even be launched by the top of 2020, which is able to play an more and more central position in Huawei’s technique for controlling residence automation and the Web of Issues.